Sierra Park Pediatrics
- Breast feeding & nutrition
- Children's health from birth to adolescence
- Sleep problems
- Various chronic medical problems
- Learning disabilities & attention deficit disorders
- Prevention & treatment of substance abuse
- Teen pregnancy
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm,
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Saturday 9:00am - 12:00pm
(760) 924-4091 (fax)
Appointments only please.
Same day appointments are available.
Please call in advance to set up an
We are located on the Mammoth Hospital
at 85 Sierra Park Road.
Learn about us by watching our video:
What is Pediatrics?
Pediatrics is the medical
specialty concerned with the health of children from birth through
adolescence. Mammoth Hospital believes that parents and their children
should have access to up-to-date and comprehensive pediatric services.
Our pediatricians have many years of training and experience,
and are committed to keeping abreast of the latest developments in this
We are interested in the health of the entire family unit. Some of the important issues that may be discussed include breast feeding and nutrition, immunizations, sleep problems, discipline, divorce, single parent and blended families, various chronic medical problems, school problems such as learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders, and prevention and treatment of substance abuse and teen pregnancy.
Chronic medical conditions are dealt with through a “medical home,” which is your entry point into the health care system. Through a variety of specialists, accessed by travel, phone, email, or telemedicine, we are positioned to coordinate the needed care to help each child receive maximum potential.
Our partnership with you may begin with the birth of your baby, or with your move to the Eastern Sierra. New parents rapidly learn to care for their infant as they trust their instincts, communicating with us when advice or reassurance is needed.
The idea that "the only thing constant in life is change" certainly is verified by children. "Well child" visits help develop our relationship with you, and provide a baseline for comparison when problems or illnesses occur. Our time with you will help to maximize the tremendous potential for growth and development of both parent and child in each stage of the life cycle; infant, child, adolescent, and adult.
Illnesses and Injuries
For acute problems, we provide services such as office visits, hospitalization, and occasionally transport to a more sophisticated medical facility. To ensure that visitors have an enjoyable stay, we will offer initial medical care for your child, and then provide records and follow-up care to the physician back home for continued care.
Illnesses and injuries never occur at convenient times. Whether the office is open or not, we are committed to being a resource for you to decide whether to care for your child at home or to arrange for a visit.
24-hour telephone number: (760) 924-4000
Your access to us is always through our 24-hour phone line. When the office is open, we offer appointments and telephone advice on the routine care of minor illnesses. Appointments are available on a same day basis.
When the office is not open, you should follow the voice mail instructions. One of us will be paged, and will call you back as soon as possible. You will have the opportunity to discuss your concerns, and to make satisfactory arrangements for your child’s needs to be met.
For serious emergencies, always call 911!
||Amy Conrad, M.D., F.A.A.P. joined the team in January 2008 and looks forward to continuing her career at Mammoth Hospital. Raised in San Francisco, Dr. Conrad earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics from UC Santa Barbara and her medical degree from UC Irvine. Following an internship in obstetrics and gynecology, she completed her pediatric residency and chief residency at Children’s Hospital of Orange County. She is board certified in pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Before relocating to Mammoth Lakes, Dr. Conrad was in private practice in Orange County for 10 years. Dr. Conrad’s husband, Jim, is a math and science teacher; they have four children. Dr. Conrad and her family enjoy swimming, soccer, skiing, and football.
||Kim Escudero, M.D., F.A.A.P. a board-certified pediatrician, joined the pediatric staff at Mammoth Hospital in 2003. She completed her pediatric residency at the University of California, Irvine, in 1998. Prior to that, she graduated from Albany Medical College where she obtained her medical degree. Dr. Escudero received her undergraduate degree in Biology at Siena College in New York. She has been in practice since 1998 and has worked in both the private as well as public clinic settings caring for children ranging in age from newborns to adolescents. Her hobbies include alpine and cross-country skiing, mountain biking, motocross and martial arts. She has attained the level of first-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. She currently resides in Mammoth Lakes with her husband Mike Karch, M.D., an orthopaedic surgeon at Mammoth Hospital’s SPORT Center, and her three children, Mia, Dane and Olivia.
||Kristin Wilson M.D., F.A.A.P. earned both her Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology and Doctor of Medicine degree at Texas Tech University. Dr. Wilson completed her Pediatrics Internship and Residency at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles and started her career as a Pediatrician here at Mammoth Hospital in 2011.
As the oldest of 4 children, Dr. Wilson looked up to her local Pediatrician at an early age and knew she wanted to pursue a career in Pediatrics by the time she was in 6th grade.
Dr. Wilson grew up going on family ski vacations and has loved the mountains ever since. She has been coming to Mammoth for years to ski and board with her husband. In addition to winter sports, Dr. Wilson is a proud parent to her rescue puppy, Emma, and enjoys all outdoor recreation, the California sunshine, positive attitude of kids, and being part of the local community.